Group Play 5: A Real Wild Child

I’m reposting this one because not only is it one of my favorite scenes from Frisky Summer 2, but it’s way too much fun!

Did I say that Bel Ami’s films had a spirit of fun about them? I’m sure you already knew that. Being a new fan somewhat and in the process of going over their DVD back-catalogue, the fun element is very apparent. There truly are times where you are having such a great time watching these films, you have a tendency to forget that you’re watching porn. Gee, I say this as if it were a bad thing. Heavens no!

This brief mash-up is sort of a case in point. In this scene, or collection of scenes since there are a few different ones going on at once, taken from Frisky Summer 2: Sebastian (1996) literally goes to what I’ve playfully subtitled this sequence in the film: “From blow jobs to gang-bangs.” Not to give too much away here, but the scene ends on such a hilarious and genius note that I have to refrain from telling it here. It simply must be seen. It is just so much high-spirited fun. The build up that leads up to the final moment is so awesome. It was from that moment, and if I had needed convincing before, I knew these films were something totally unique and special. These were films that helped take you back to when you were young and exploring this strange and wonderful world of your budding sexuality and in a very real sense, life itself. Through these films we are shown that sex isn’t something to be locked up and hidden away, but celebrated.

And to help celebrate this scene’s element of fun and free-spiritedness, I felt that no other song was going to quite to it justice than Iggy Pop’s now classic song off of his album Blah, Blah, Blah, Real Wild Child. *chuckle* I think Sebastian more than qualifies, don’t you? 😉

Video clips taken from Frisky Summer 2: Sebastian (1996), dir. George Duroy; all video clips remain the sole property of Bel Ami Entertainment and no copyright infringement is intended.

Music clip: Real Wild Child, Iggy Pop, taken from Blah, Blah, Blah; music clip remains the sole property of the copyright holders and no copyright infringement is intended.